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Description: Soap Box Derby cars lined up in their "service pits" before the race on East Washington Avenue. The Wisconsin State Capitol is in the background.
Date: date unknown
Description: Three-quarter view from across a road of the Affiliated Church. An arched stained glass window is in the front on the left. Tall rectangular stained glass...
Description: Low angle close-up of the front side of an International oil delivery truck. The side of the truck reads "Quality Oil" and below is a logo reading "Gargoyl...
Description: View of an L-shaped stone barn. Piles of sand, broken wood and an old plow are in the foreground.
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: Elevated view of the First Presbyterian Church from the southeast.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A two- and one-half story house with both Queen Anne and Colonial Revival features. It is located on one of Madison's lakes and features a widow's walk.
Description: View of Pexto building with railroad tracks in foreground. Pexto, the Peck, Stow and Wilcox company, manufactured hardware.
Description: Two men unload (or load) bags from the back of an International Model S truck used by S.A. Steck & Co. A sign on side of building reads, "Feed Barn". The t...
Description: Interior of the Wisconsin State Capitol rotunda with a view of three levels of the building.
Description: Catholics praying for World Peace (Holy Hour) at Camp Randall Stadium, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Description: "Memorial Day."
Description: Farmers Mutual Auto Insurance Company, 312 Wisconsin Avenue. Original building was the former Joseph Boyd mansion. Contractor for the remodeling job was Fr...
Description: The exterior of the city hall and public library on the corner of East Bluff Street and Wisconsin Avenue. There is a toy wagon outside the building. The la...
Description: "Widmer Cheese was a campaign stop for New York Mayor John Lindsay as he looked for votes for president."
Description: Farmyard with two barns, one with a cupola and a chute apparently for sending hay from the loft to the feed-station in the yard. Also in this view are two...
Description: Three quarter view of the Methodist Evangelical Church on a hillside. A belfry with no steeple and windows shaped like elongated pentagons.
Description: The exterior of the post office and hotel. A group of boys and men pose at the front of the post office. Another man leans on the side of a wagon. A young...
Description: Power plant machinery in the Wisconsin Power and Light Company substation.
Description: View from below of Walmar Lodge. A hammock is in the foreground.
Date: 1925 ca.
Description: This view of the Token Creek Tavern (Field's Inn) was created from a tintype (circa 1870) by E.E. Lawrence. A crowd has gathered on the porch and balcony o...
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